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When you purchase your Equinox, please take a minute to reply to this thread so we can see some real world prices and deals that members are getting on their 'Nox purchases. If possible, follow the template below to make each post easier to follow and compare. Thanks guys!

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Purchase Date - 4/16/2010
Car Dealership incl city/state - Service Chevrolet in Lafayette, LA
Model Year - 2010
Trim Level - 1LT
MSRP - $25,110
Invoice - $24,077.31
Incentives received - Employee Purchase Plan
Price Paid after incentives - $24,258.81
 

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nobody knows what they paid for the 'nox?

:-\ :-\ :-\
 

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Haha, either that or they just don't want to share. I will share when I actually buy mine, which should hopefully be sometime this week/weekend :D
 

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Our LTZ I4 FWD with NAV, DVD and sunroof stickered for just over $33k. Our final bank note amount after GM card rebate (with 1 time special bonus), other incentives and $1000 difference from trade in and a LOT of dealing was $28K even.
 

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Purchase Date -08/2009
Car Dealership incl city/state - Hendricks Chevrolet Cary,NC
Model Year - 2010
Trim Level - 2LT
MSRP - $29,355
Invoice $29,001
Incentives received -Employee Discount+Plus Trade of $4500
Price Paid after incentives- $23,045
 

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Purchase Date: 7-1-2010
Car Dealership: Gregg Young Chevrolet - Omaha, NE
Model Year: 2010
Trim Level: LTZ with Navigation & Sunroof
MSRP: $33,655
Invoice:
Incentives Received: $2500 Trade In
Price Paid After Incentives: $32,319 - $2500 = $29,819
 

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Order Date: May 1, 2010
Car Dealership: Westgate Chevrolet in Edmonton, Alberta
Model Year: 2010
Trim Level: LTZ AWD V6 with chrome wheels and sunroof
MSRP: $40,365
Discount (at time of order): $959
Price w/ GST and Admin Fees (at time of order): $41,811

Purchase Date: June 25, 2010
Total Cash Sale: $37,056
Price w/ GST and fees: $39,238
Grad Rebate Incentive: $750
Total Price: $38,488.50
Down Payment: $15,000
Price to finance: $23,488.50

SO, the discrepancy between the final price at time of ordering and the price they gave me when I went to take it home is because GM intoduced Employee Pricing the day my 'Nox arrived at the dealer, so that saved me roughly $2500, plus my grad rebate and the discount he gave me at the time of ordering. I was pleasantly surprised with that one since he had told me he would save me about $1900 with the employee pricing initially :).
 

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just ordered 2011 2LT equinox black exterior with no add ons, on 9-20-10 from Suburban Chev in Eden Prairie Minn. It will take 6 weeks to get it.
MSRP was 26,715, bought it for 25,935, this was the best price in the twin cities, also i am using the $1,000 rewards from gm credit card.
Bought it for $24,935, can not wait to get it.
 

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We got $1801 off MSRP, good deal for such a hot selling vehicle I think. Didn't have to buy any other accesories/warranties/services to get down to this price and they beat PNC's rate too.

Purchase Date - 10/2010
Car Dealership incl city/state - Sterling Chevy, Sterling, VA
Model Year - 2011
Trim Level LTZ w/ Sunroof & 18 in wheels
MSRP - $30,110
Invoice - Around $29,100
Incentives received - Consumer Reports Build and Buy report - was for another dealer but they beat it.
Price Paid after incentives - $28,309
Out the Door after sales tax, fees, etc - $29,660
 

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dietz4ibanez said:
Purchase Date -08/2009
Car Dealership incl city/state - Hendricks Chevrolet Cary,NC
Model Year - 2010
Trim Level - 2LT
MSRP - $29,355
Invoice $29,001
Incentives received -Employee Discount+Plus Trade of $4500
Price Paid after incentives- $23,045
Your trade wouldn't be an incentive..It was worth at least that and maybe more so you really paid
$27545.
 

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Purchase Date -10/2009
Car Dealership incl city/state - Ballweg Chevrolet, Madison WI
Model Year - 2011
Trim Level - 1LT
MSRP - $25,695
Invoice $24,698 (supposedly -- info from dealer. I was a little dubious, but focused more on final price & let it pass)
Incentives received - GM Card $4,255
Price Paid after incentives- $20,550

I don't find this format terribly useful personally so allow me to elaborate: vehicle is LT1 with PDD driver convenience ($845 MSRP), black granite paint ($195 MSRP). Final negotiated cost $24,698 "invoice" + $107 "dealer service fee" = $24,805 "true price" (for which there is no line above). Minus a $50 dealer gift card. If I did not have GM Card earnings, I would have gotten $1,000 off for Credit Union discount. Instead, after subtracting my $4,255 GM Card reward accumulation, my personal final price was $20,550 before taxes registration etc, and a $50 giftcard thrown in.

Of course they tried to sell me thousands of dollars of dealer add-ons, but I refused them all. I'm happy, the LT1 has quite a lot of standard features for a base+1 trim level!
 

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smary1 said:
I am planning to buy a 2006 model with 60k miles on it. What should be the right price range for the same?
smary, i think this thread is intended only for new purchases, by context of info requested (there is no MSRP for a used car).

Used vehicle cost is heavily dependent on condition. I suggest http://www.kbb.com/
 

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Purchase Date: 11/21/10
Car Dealership incl city/state: Irvine Chevy, Irvine, CA
Model Year: 2011
Trim Level: LTZ
MSRP: $33k
Invoice: $30,054
Incentives received: 120 delayed first payment, 4.9% financing for 60 months
Price Paid after incentives: $30,054


Just to give options: black granite metallic, FWD, I4, Nav, sunroof, rest of LTZ options

I got GM supplier pricing as my employer is a partner with GM. It is said that I get $400 below "dealer invoice". I know thats not what the dealer gets it for, but officially thats what they claim GM sells it to them for.
 

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Purchase Date: 11/22/10
Car Dealership incl city/state: Huber Chevrolet, Omaha, NE
Model Year: 2011
Trim Level: LTZ AWD
MSRP: $33755
Dealer Invoice: $32559
Price Paid : $31,500
Interest Rate 3.99%

Mocha Steel Metallic,Jet Black/Brownstone Interior,AWD, I4, Sunroof, Nav
 

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elrayox said:
Purchase Date: 11/22/10
Car Dealership incl city/state: Huber Chevrolet, Omaha, NE
Model Year: 2011
Trim Level: LTZ AWD
MSRP: $33755
Dealer Invoice: $32559
Price Paid : $31,500
Interest Rate 3.99%

Mocha Steel Metallic,Jet Black/Brownstone Interior,AWD, I4, Sunroof, Nav

That's pretty much the same 'Nox we have, except ours is a 2010. We're from Omaha, too.
 

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A dealer in Albany, NY is advertising over $2000 off a new 2011. I don't remember the exact amount but it is over $2k. Don't expect much for your trade though. Your better of selling outright anyway.
 

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Ottawa, Ontario
Nov 23rd, 2010
2011 2LT with cargo security cover and block heater
MSRP includes FRT, PDI and Tire Recyle Fee $32,555
Discounts $6,559 (brand loyality - $1,500, holiday bonus - $1,000, GM Points -$1,500 negotiated discount -$2,659)

Also got GM steel rims for winter tires $280 for set of 4

2.9% financing, 48 months
 

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Here is what I paid for my Equinox on December 3rd 2010 in Rochester, NY.

2011 Chevy Equinox LT1 FWD with Driver Convenience Package

MSRP: $25,550
Discount negotiated: $1000
Rebate: $1500
GM Card cash: $1504
0% financing for 36 months

Dealer Documentation cost: $75
Title and Registration: $140
+ New York State Sales tax

I take delivery on Monday.
 
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